Even in a star-studded tournament like EuroBasket 2015, nobody would be surprised if Antetokounmpo ends up stealing the limelight. The FIBA Basketball World Cup last summer served as a necessary rite of passage for the young prodigy as coach Katsikaris was fully aware that Antetokounmpo needed to acclimatise not only to the senior national team, like every player coming through the U20 ranks, but also to the European style of play. Prior to the World Cup, Antetokounmpo had got a taste of professional-level basketball only in the NBA. The rising star of the Bucks is now far stronger, even faster and has improved in all fundamentals, including his mid- and long-range shooting. Antetokounmpo will undoubtedly spearhead Greece in transition play while if they discover ways to exploit his unique attributes in half-court play too, he could hold the key to a deep Greek run in the competition.